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Director of Safety & Security Resigns from Plymouth Schools

May 31, 2015
Director of Safety & Security Resigns from Plymouth Schools

The Director of Safety and Security, Jim Phillips, for the Plymouth Schools tendered his resignation effective June 1, but improvements made under his watch over the last two years will continue to provide a higher level of protection for students and staff. Superintendent Daniel Tyree said, “When Jim (Phillips) came two years ago, we...
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Bourbon Man Arrested for OWI and Leaving the Scene of PD Accident

May 31, 2015
Bourbon Man Arrested for OWI and Leaving the Scene of PD Accident

On Friday, May 29th Marshall County Dispatch advised of an accident on Lincoln Highway east of Hawthorn Road.  A white Cadillac ran over some mailboxes and the drive was seen leaving the scene on foot heading east. Officer Matt Geiger with the Bourbon Police Department located the male subject lying next to a field...
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Starke County Police Make Arrests

May 31, 2015
Starke County Police Make Arrests

On Tuesday, May 26th Starke County Chief Detective, Rob Olejniczak and K9, Terror conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that had no windshield on 500N/700E in Hamlet.  The driver was 34 year old Shannon Watts and the passenger in her vehicle was 42 year old Timothy Rudd both of North Judson. K9 Terror...
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Elkhart Man Arrested for DWS with a Prior

May 31, 2015
Elkhart Man Arrested for DWS with a Prior

27 year old Anthony J. Wells of Elkhart was arrested on Thursday, May 28th at 4:50 for Driving While Suspended with a prior charge. Plymouth Officer Ben McIntyre conducted a traffic stop at Plymouth Goshen Trail and US 30.  The investigation revealed that Wells was suspended with a prior conviction.  He was transported to...
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Preview of Plymouth School Board Meeting Tuesday

May 29, 2015
Preview of Plymouth School Board Meeting Tuesday

The Plymouth School Board will meet on Tuesday, June 2 at 6:00 P.M. for an Executive Session and at 7:00 P.M. for a regularly scheduled meeting. The regular session is open to the public; however, comments from the audience are limited to agenda items only. The agenda for the Executive meeting lists only one...
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U.S. 31 Closures in South Bend for 20 Minute Intervals Next Week

May 29, 2015
U.S. 31 Closures in South Bend for 20 Minute Intervals Next Week

SOUTH BEND – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces two days of periodic 20 minute closures of U.S. 31, between the U.S. 20 Bypass interchange and the Kern Road interchange, on Monday and Tuesday, June 1-2. Only northbound lanes will be affected on Monday, and only southbound lanes will be affected on Tuesday. The closures are necessary to...
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Man Shot in Bremen’s Sunnyside Park

May 29, 2015
Man Shot in Bremen’s Sunnyside Park

On Friday May 29 at 5:26 a.m. the Bremen Police Department received a call from a citizen stating that they had heard gunshots at Sunnyside Park in Bremen. At 5:27 a.m. the Bremen Police Department received a call from a male subject stating the he had been shot in the leg and was at...
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Soaring Eagle Award Dinner and Ceremony

May 29, 2015
Soaring Eagle Award Dinner and Ceremony

Thursday evening Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter hosted his 4th Annual Soaring Eagle Awards ceremony at Christo’s Banquet Center.  The Soaring Eagle Award is exclusive to the LaSalle Council and recognizes individuals who have demonstrated integrity, a record of volunteer leadership, service to youth and their community.  The recipient must carry “The Spirit of Scouting”...
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Round 2 Pizza Wars Voting Through Sunday

May 29, 2015
Round 2 Pizza Wars Voting Through Sunday

The Marshall County Visitors Bureau is proud to announce the second round of the Northern Indiana Pizza Wars is underway! Round one pitted eight Pizza Restaurants in the county in a head to head voting contest to decide who has the best Pizza in our county. Voting kicked off Friday, May15th and lasted for...
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Safe Routes to School Project Moving Forward

May 28, 2015
Safe Routes to School Project Moving Forward

Last June the City of Plymouth was notified by INDOT that they had been awarded a $329,962 Safe Routes to School grant for Baker Street between Columbus Drive and Randolph Street.  The city’s portion of the project, 20% will be nearly $66,000. Seven companies were hopeful in being selected for the project design and...
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